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. >> these democrats, sean. he went to his own ranch. christie, i realize that you're a conservative woman makes you feel uncomfortable. you feel that you have to constantly interrupt me. it doesn't work. i'm going to continue with my point and you're going to listen. >> let her talk. >> george bush, let's act like a lady, okay. george bush went to his ranch in texas and he chopped wood and he cleared brush, and he was -- >> he was -- >> he was in constant contact with his administration, he was in constant contact with his cabinet. now, barack obama if you remember back, really, in 2009 he was, when we had that almost terrorist attack on a flight that was going from amsterdam to detroit, and a president was vacationing in hawaii and it took him days to make an announcement about that? >> hang on. one at a time. listen, please, christie, we have to go one at a time, our audience wants to hear from both of you. let me go to the president today in phoenix, we repeated phony scandals, while we play this, think of four dead americans in benghazi, people that were targeted by the irs because of their pol
amendments," mark levin from his bunker. sir, how are you? >> i'm good, how are you, sean? >> i guess next they'll be singing songs to castro after this, mark. >> yeah, why not? i mean, we're adopting the castro agenda, aren't we? obama care is a -- not only is it a complete disaster, but i'm afraid, sean, we're never going to get rid of it. because the republicans don't want to get rid of it. and instead of taking on obama and taking on the left, they're taking on the conservatives and the constitutionalists and attacking them, telling us to wait until tomorrow and the next day. these french republicans, they are always surrendering. and the fact of the matter is, if they're not going to aleast attack the discretionary funding or use the power of the purse in the house to pass a continuing resolution that funds part of the government, but not this part of the government, what's left? once this thing is instituted, it's not going to implode. i hear this, oh, the law is going to implode. have you ever heard of an imploding law? >> no, never. >> you have to repeal a law. you have to defund a
and took care of it while me and sean sat in the house. we were just with our children, spending time with them which made it nice. didn't have to worry for once. >> all the people that have donated stuff have just been wonderful, the community, the pittsburgh area, i mean everybody. i just can't thank you enough. >> no one was upset when the best man fell asleep in his grandmother's arms. after christine and sean pledged their lives to each other, they vowed to continue fighting for logan. >> this is our dream come true. all our family together and we're all together celebrating the celebration of my son's life and a celebration of our marriage. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," jeff pegues washington. >> nothing sadder than somebody dying before their time, especially if they are that young. >> what do you see out of that. shows how people come together. >> very nice. got to be the best man and celebrate with two parents. >>> oprah is about to join us at the table. we sure have a lot to discuss today including -- >> i'm ready. >> we are ready. we are rea
that helped get president obama elected. last year he got married, he married sean eldridge in new york state. now, mr. hughes' new husband is running for congress as a democrat. the two of them are a democratic power couple from bright blue new york by way the bright blue california by way of harvard. to go along with his many, many millions and his liberal politics, mr. hughes last year bought a liberal magazine, the new republic, where you can find headlines like, new data that shows why the next republican nominee is screwed, and obstructing obama isn't in house republican's self-interest. john mccain, undecided 2016 voter, an exclusive interview. republican senator john mccain sitting down for an interview with the lefty smart kid of the new republic would be news in and of itself. check out what he says. the magazine asked him about the painful budget cuts forced by republicans in congress. the ones that were never supposed to happen. john mccain voted for those cuts which were supposed to scare congress into reaching an agreement, so they would never actually take place. were you surpr
of planned documentaries about hillary clinton. according to rnc communications director sean spicer, they simply don't want news organizations tipping the scales in the upcoming election. take a listen. >> it is about time the republican party started taking control of the debate process. we need to create a system that puts the party, the best interests of our candidates at stake. >> reporter: and that vote is expected to take place this morning. martha? martha: well, republicans had a lot to think over after the last election. they tried to cover a lot of ground in the past few days. have they? >> reporter: absolutely. that is essentially what this is. this is a big business meeting. the representatives, the committee men and women from all over the country come here to cover all the details and trying to really reach out, expand their ground game, particularly among young people all across the country and minority communities across the country. part of that is about technology. bettering their communications online, everything from facebook to other technological outreach. so th
? first up, "worlds end" folks who made sean of the dead and hot fuzz. five lifelong friend go become to finish an historic pub crawl they started in the 90s. when the final pub is called halfway through. and everyone in the town replaced by robots. the motley troupe has to save the human race. it begins like this. take a listen. >> -- for 16 years -- i haven't had a drink for 16 years. >> you must be thirsty the we can go back. and this time we will finish this thing once and for all. >> you have a selective memory, jerry. >> thanks. >> you remember friday nights. i remember monday mornings. >> you get the sense of the zany verbal humor. "new york post" reviewer said, "world's end, can't end soon enough." >> most actually reviews were positive. l.a. times, feels like a sell brags of friendship and dlab racing and all that is silly and gloriousen the human spirit. not bad. >> continuing with our alcohol theme here. drinking buddies is a small indy movie romantic comedy, at the heart of the drama are two brewery workers, like and kate and greg attraction to each other though both are i
of kentucky testified before congress recently about how her brother sean was killed in a metal dust fire at an aluminum wheel plant in 2003. she told us how he was left lying on a smoldering floor after the explosion while aluminum dust burned through his flesh and muscle tish aye and each breath -- tissue and each breath causes internal organs to be burned even more. sean wasn't the first to die at work this way and he hasn't been the last. it has been more that -- than five years since the imperial sugar explosion in georgia, an explosion that killed 14 workers. it caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage because an unchecked accumulation of sugar dust ignited and caused a chain of explosions leveling the plant. these workplace explosions have not stopped. there have been 49 major combustible dust fires or explosions that have killed 18 and injured 131 workers since imperial sugar. more recently, five workers were killed in three separate events at a factory north of nashville because an iron powder processing plant failed to obey repeated dust hazards. each of the five left be
, for a fallen hero killed in the line of duty during the boston bombing manhunt. m.i.t. security officer sean collier was weeks away from becoming a summerville police officer. when he was shot and killed by the boston bombing suspects. yesterday, the summerville police department posthumously swore collier in and retired his badge. >> robert griffin iii quarterback of the washington redskins lighter in the wallet this morning. rg3 fined $10,000 by the nfl for apparent violation of his apparel. before monday night's game against the steelers. griffin wore a t-shirt made by adidas. nfl rules say players must wear nike gear. griffin didn't play in the game. >>> more than 50 large wildfires burn out of control across the western states, a blaze outside yosemite national park has tripled in size. california governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency. as thick smoke spread as far as reno. 150 miles away. sheriffs deputies have been going door to door urging people to evacuate. many are refusing to leave. >> take a look at the weather. clear skies across the west coast. thunderstorms ac
in the november 2009 rampage that killed 13 at fort hood. staff sergeant sean manning was shot six times at the fort hood readiness center. listen to this. >> the government has treated -- has denied treating this as an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from his own mouth that they'll understand this was an act of terrorism. >> these documents may change or force the government to change its classification of this. hasan's attorney verified the authenticity of these documents and add the 42-year-old former army major directed him to provide these to fox news. an expert in the koran reviewed the documents and here is his take. >> i think it's clearly an after the fact issue where he now is trying to put the sort of personal jihad that he involved in, trying to put it into a larger religious and geopolitical context and justify what he's doing. >> he now faces the death penalty if convicted. once again, fox exclusive, this information right here and also on our web site straight from his mouth. back to you. >> steve: thank you very much. we're going to talk to peter johnson
, but the president did not sean that mother, smith's mother to receive his medal because she spoke out against him. they are telling her she is not immediate family. how dare him? that is the most terrible thing i have ever heard of any president. he is the world's worst. think you. not aware of that. i am sorry i cannot speak to that. soft targets versus hard targets, what is the difference? be a: the analogy would match in an embassy that is extremely well-guarded typically verses of conflict, which is usually smaller and in a more pro -- remote part of the country. imagine a police station or military base verses a school or hospital. all have aities great facility. part of the problem when we put facilities abroad, no matter how fortified they are, there is an asymmetric red for the host government ultimately has to be responsible for protecting those installations. crisisaw and the hostage in the 1970's, no matter how many marines you have guarding an embassy, at some point they will be overwhelmed by the external forces. that is why it ultimately when you look at different emphases, they hav
of the country. other questions yo? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the community's age, people tend to move where the schools and up. easy businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i absolutely agree
: sean hannity, who keeps the public informed and that the truth and is never invited to the white house. the other is john hagel, the pastor of the cornerstone church in san antonio, texas. millions around the world revere this man. founder of christians united for israel. he has stood for israel, and he's the the truth of the bible. not what reaches people's ears, bible says.what the people act so lowly love him. he is on twice a day, and he is very funny when he is speaking about the church and the home situation. expert on --as an he knows the bible inside and out, outside and out. he does not back up from what god says. that is what we want in this country because the lord says if my people, which are caught by my name, will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways, i will hear from heaven, and i will heal their land. he does not make excuses or acceptances because it is politically correct. and he is a man's man, but the women love him too. he loves god, and he speaks the truth, and it is very rare today. host: all right, that is margaret in oklahoma. from page of
, and this was a conspiracy theory. >> we are probably not alone in that. let's listen to sean in columbus, ohio. you are on the air. >> i was wondering if it is true that when margaret taylor prayed for her husband's defeat for the presidency, she was that much against it. when she an invalid in the white house because of difficulties of having so many children? >> i don't know that she actually prayed for his defeat. he was the first to admit that she was not very happy with his victory. >> many of these stories are written well after the fact. as a historian, we have to question where is the source of these stories? if you hear the stories told in five different stories and it turns out it is the same story told over and over again. we don't know if it is true. there's a story that apparently he was on the steamboat when the movement was to make him the nominee and somebody asked him who he was going to vote for. taylor said i am not sure, and the man said i am voting for why won't he vote for taylor? he does not know he is talking to tyler. he said i would not vote for taylor because i personally
. an elderly gentleman pulled in front of sean and he hit the car. about nine days later he died. he had a public defender in spokane, washington who really went to bat. so she was carrying about 101 cases compared to the prosecutor was working opposite her who had 36 cases. so she was really pushed to take this case to trial before she was ready. she had done several trials in the last two months and said that i need a little bit more time. the judge says that should go ahead. you know, this was like a friday. she had to go to court on monday. she decided to refuse and take a stand and say that that would be an assistance of counsel. i'm not prepared for a trial. due to the crunch of money in their office and limited ability to call in this, she was like, i need more time. the judge threatened to hold her in contempt of court. ultimately she was given a few more weeks to prepare for the trial. the elderly man at have been hospitalized and operated on for a hernia, which is a pre-existing condition. his own doctor had known about this for a long time and declined to operate because he wa
department to investigate the incident. to the dismay of fox news sean hannity. >> really, you want to spend your hard-earned taxpayer money like this? >> they are aware of the incident but they've determined that this incident does not rise to the level of a threat. the justice department has declined the comment at this time. wolf? >> athena, thank you for that report. >>> believe it or not, a member of the bush family appears to be rooting for hillary clinton. barbara tells "people" magazine she thinks the former secretary of state is, quote, unbelievably accomplished. while the former president's daughter says she'd like to see mrs. clinton run in 2016, she might not vote for her. it depends on who the republicans nominate. >>> up next, michael jackson's ex-wife now takes the stand giving new insight into the singer's biggest fears. >>> and new clues about america's biggest secrets have just been declassified. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - sa
in certain parts of the country. other questions? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the communities age, people tend to move where the schools end up. you see businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i
: sean is up next. just wanted to say that i think that these town hall meetings are absolutely essential in a time when the senate floor does not have debates. we simply have senators making a statement. it may get another statement on something else. it is really a rare moment of accountability between campaign promises. whatever side you're on, it is important we have some some access to our elected officials. host: goose townhall have you gone on to see? caller: in the past i have been with senator feingold that was unseated by senator ron johnson. ron johnson has not had a single townhall meeting since 2010. it is just a disappointment. host: thanks for your calls. more of them coming up. egypt aid as u.s. inches closer to a decision after the military crackdown in cairo. they report that the administration is undertaking a major review with relations with egypt. they're edging closer to a decision about curtailing some of the 1.5 billion dollars in aid after the crackdown on supporters of mohamed morsi. officials met at the white house to review the possibility of cutting aid to egy
. pat smith is the mother of slain officer sean smith. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> steve: four dead americans and nobody at the department of state where there were calls for more security there, nobody held responsible. your feeling? >> my feeling on this? it's hillary, it's her department. she should have been on top of it. if she wasn't, why not? >> steve: when she was testifying -- back in december, these images are from january where she said, what difference does it make. in december, they did suspend these four mid-level people. do you feel that they were simply scapegoats, because they had to blame somebody? >> i don't know what they're reasons were. all i do know is that hillary was responsible, it was her department. and if it wasn't her, then it was obama who left on vacation as soon as it happened. >> steve: you got to remember, it was the run up to the election and the president of the united states, you know, he had been telling people that we have al-qaeda on the run and terrorism, don't really worry about it and boom, this goes on over there and
tell you my personalities are. rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine. i always tell our clients can i say, i don't agree with what they say but i agreed with the value of the customer that they put in front of you. but if you listen to what they say, if you listen to the words, it's all buzz. and see what happens is, the people that are fans of that type of talk radio, they are listening very carefully. we are not paying attention. and what they're doing in effect is mobilizing their forces. so what we have to do is we have to make sure that we educate our young people. we have to make sure that they are politically astute. we need to make sure that they are a part of the process of making change in our community. and that's what i believe the role of a segment and a zeta and the mine nine organization did. we both of youth auxiliary groups. zeta hous has agreed. we need to make sure that we have a political action arm that is teaching our young people about what their history is but more important how they can change the future. and if we can do that effectively, we then help to se
them are crucial to get information to the public in a timely manner. sean donnelly is committee chairman who moderates this discussion. >> welcome to the national press club. for this evening's discussion of whether or not a federal public affairs officers have become a hindrance more and help, press freedom and open government or if you like, our shorter title, tax for slacks. line name is john donnelly, reporter with congressional quarterly and roll call and chairman of the national press club press freedom committee which is sponsoring tonight's event with the young members committee. you can find out more about the national press club and membership therein at press.org. we are the leading organization in the world for journalists. tonight's event is being broadcast on that site. it will be archived later. is also being broadcast on c-span2 right now. if you are following us on twitter the handle this@press theclubtv and the hash club is open government. .. >> i would like to make a few comments just to set the stage for tonight event. our discussion tonight is about the gro
-year-old first. what happened to him? >> host: this is a story about a young man named sean. who was arrested when he was 18 years old. he had just turned 18. just got his first used car. and he was driving it. he hadn't -- actually on the way to cash his paycheck to go pay for car insurance. he was in a car accident. and he was not at fault he had the right away and an elderly man and his family pulled in john and he hit the car. the elderly gentleman was taking to the hospital, and about nine days later he died. and sean was charged with vehicular manslaughter, and he had a public defenders in washington. a woman named carol who went to bat despite her crushing case load. she was carrying about 101 cases compared to the prosecutors who was working opposite her who had 36 cases. so she was pushed to take this case to trial before she was ready. she had done several trials in the last two months, she said to the judge i need a little more time. the judge said no, you have to go ahead. and, you know, it was a friday. she decided to go to court on monday. she decided to refuse and
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